A 7.8-magnitude earthquake hits Iran, Nuclear reactor in Bushehr undamaged

A powerful of the 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit the border regions between Iran and Pakistan, with epicentre near the south-eastern city of Khash, close to Pakistan. It is the biggest earthquake in Iran for 40 years. The jolts of the quake were felt in New Delhi and also in Dubai.

This was second time in 7 days that an Earthquake was felt in Iran and this led the Iranian Officials issue public statements that the main Nuclear reactor in Bushehr, Iran was undamaged.

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